From: Alexander Peshkov (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sun Nov 10 2002 - 00:14:34 PST
RV> But still I don't see Hebrew text.
RV> It's not coming garbled but it's coming empty, i.e., any text I write as
RV> Hebrew it just doesn't come.
RV> I am using the Times/serif font. I've attached the FO file.
The Times font has no glyphs for Hebrew. Please use another font, such
as MS Gothic (it has an appropriate glyph-set).
RV> There is yet another problem that has come up once I changed the writing
RV> One of the tables in the static contents is not being drawn.
RV> I tried rendering the same document through FOP and it shows me the table.
RV> The table I'm referring to is the headings of the columns drawn in the body.
I haven't noticed such a problem. Which table you are referring to?
Everything renders just fine (at least for the first glance).
By the way, as it was mentioned before you should not specify
writing-mode on fo:flow directly, better wrap the whole content of the
flow in fo:block-container with desired writing-mode set.
RV> I've a trial version of XEP. Could any of my problems be because of that?
No, XEP trial version has the same rendering capabilities as a
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RV> From: Alexander Peshkov [mailto:email@example.com]
RV> Sent: Wednesday, November 06, 2002 4:18 PM
RV> To: Rajat Vig
RV> Subject: Re: [xep-support] how do i make writing mode property work?
RV> Hello Rajat,
RV>> Hi All,
RV>> I've set the writing-mode to "rl-tb" in the simple page master but it
RV>> absolutely no effect on the layout of the page.
RV>> I typed some Hebrew text in the FO document and it comes up garbled in
RV>> output PDF.
RV>> I've attached the FO file I'm using.
RV> You should specify writing-mode on fo:block-container to make it work.
RV> If you want to apply writing-mode to the whole flow, you should wrap it in
RV> What do you mean by "garbled" then talking about Hebrew text? Do you
RV> have appropriate font-family specified? (the one which contains Hebrew
RV>> There are some more issues I have with XEP with regards to XML/XSL
RV>> If I pass the XML and XSL separately to XEP, it complains of errors in
RV>> style sheet but FOP processes it.
RV>> The XSL is valid as Xalan correctly transforms the XML to FO using the
RV> May I ask you in which way you pass XSL FO and stylesheet to XEP?
RV> The right way to do it from command-line is to use JAXPDriver.
RV>> Any ideas why should it be so? Also, can I change the Transformer XEP
RV>> Why does XEP require Saxon and XT both if I'm passing it only the FO
RV> JAXPDriver can use any JAXP-compatible transformer available in your
RV> system. It could be explicitly specified via
RV> javax.xml.transform.TransformerFactory system property.
RV> As for XT - XEP uses it for internal processing.
RV> Best regards,
RV> Alexander Peshkov mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
RV>> Rajat Vig
RV>> E-mail: email@example.com
RV>> Phone (off): +357-25-845779
RV>> Phone (mobile): +357-99-822460
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